I love these ancestrale method wines. So unique and a little unpredictable I guess? Lots of cranberry and red current on the nose... On the palate, that cranberry develops into maybe a richer raspberry, but this doesn't ever really get sweet. I like the dryness here... And the acidity makes the appies on the patio pop. This is always a fun brand and I look forward to each new vintage! — 3 days ago
86% Malbec and 14% Syrah, hand picked and sorted. 20 months in French barriques.
Dark cherry, currants and roast herbs on the nose.
Flavours of ripe dark plum, blackberries, mocha and a subtle earthiness with smooth tannins.
36 day dry aged Rib Eye steaks on the BBQ were lovely with this Malbec. — 3 months ago
Had this December 31 with steak. Beautiful wine , likely at it’s Prime. — 7 months ago
I really enjoy this wine, it’s delicious, balanced, elegant, clean. Drinking it in summer, curious if I’ll enjoy as much in winter. — 11 days ago
Nope, nope, nope….
This is Tetre Rouge. 2018
52%Merlot and 48 % Cab Franc
Single vineyard from Turtle Rock Farms with whole cluster ferment.
Aged 20 months in 34 % new oak.
Dark ripe fruit with black cherry.
Black berries, herbs, cassis and smooth tannins but with acidity and a fresh finish. — 24 days ago
This was a fabulous wine that paired very well with everyone’s meal. — 3 months ago
Freakin’ love this little winery. — 7 months ago
Beautiful concentration here. Red and black fruit on the nose, but on the palate, all kinds of things coming through... Rich fruit, clove... And a lovely, lingering finish. — 18 days ago
Peachy and soft. Beautifully done — 2 months ago
Lemon and grapefruit on the nose. Continuing to the palate, there's additionally honeydew, yellow apple, and a walk through my herb garden. This is an Okanagan semillon that I really enjoy... I've put some Okanagan semillon in the cellar over the years, and one day I'll see how they do with age on them and we'll see what fighting over vineyards really yields. — 3 months ago